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You need to inflate the fork to make it stiffer. There's a schrader valve under the fork leg. For best performance, set the air pressure in your Lefty so the sag is 22-33mm when you sit normally on the bike.

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    You need to inflate the fork to make it stiffer. There's a schrader valve under the fork leg. For best performance, set the air pressure in your Lefty so the sag is 22-33mm when you sit normally on the bike.

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The Cannondale Lefty fork can only be disassembled with speciality tools. You can read illustrated instructions here: http://www.gordlaw.com/index.php?Cycling:Cannondale_Lefty_DLR


Please check that your Lefty fork is identical to the one described, as the process and tools are different for the various Lefty editions.

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